#PRCN2020: ORCID and Pure: Collaborating for Trusted Connections & Open Science

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Chieh-Chih Estelle Cheng, ORCID

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The interoperability of persistent identifiers (PIDs) like ORCID and Current Research Information Systems (CRIS) like Pure manifests a global-scale research infrastructure, which enables trusted connections and serves as the foundation for Open Science. This presentation will give an overview on ORCID and Pure collaborations, specifically how the Pure community in the APAC region can benefit from adopting PIDs like ORCID to support the principles of Open Science. Making science truly open relies on improving data quality and transparency, so that not only can researchers easily share their work, but research institutes can easily acquire the most accurate and up-to-date research information in an open and interoperable way. Such interoperability requires a robust, global-scale infrastructure that enables linkages between researchers, research institutions, publishers, and funding organizations. The use of PIDs—like ORCID—along with a CRIS—such as Elsevier’s Pure—supports the research community in collecting, managing, analyzing and showcasing data about the research conducted at an institution. This is realized by research institutions asserting affiliations to researchers’ ORCID records, exporting other data to researchers’ ORCID records, such as other identifiers (like Scopus Author ID) or research outputs. Research institutes can collect information about their researchers like awards or works connected to the ORCID Registry by publishers or funders to curate data in Pure. Integrating ORCID iDs into Pure reduces administrative burden and allows research institutes to reliably link researchers with their contributions and affiliations, and to synchronize data between Pure and multiple platforms.

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